The Aston Martin Vanquish S debuted at the 2004 Paris Motor Show, with increased engine power output and slight styling revisions. The engine displacement remained at 5,935 cc (5. 9 L; 362. 2 cu in), but power increased from 466–527 PS (343–388 kW; 460–520 hp). Visual changes included new wheels, a slightly different nose shape, a new raised bootlid with a larger integrated spoiler incorporating the third high level brake light (in the rear window on the original Vanquish), a Vanquish S badge on the bootlid (the original Vanquish had no rear model designation) and the addition of a small front splitter (although this was mainly done for aerodynamic reasons). As part of its improvements, the Vanquish S had a slightly improved drag coefficient of Cd=0. 32 (from Cd=0. 33 of the Vanquish), with help from a redesigned splitter and boot lid. Its front and rear track measured 1,524 mm (60. 0 in) and 1,529 mm (60. 2 in), respectively.